The magnetostatic solution describes the distribution of static magnetic fields due to permanent magnets and continuous currents.
- 2D, 3D or axisymmetric Solution, static
- Outputs Plot
- Magnetic Fluxdensity, Magnetic Fieldstrength
- Current Density
- Magnetic Potential (a-Pot)
- Nodal Force - virtual, Nodal Moment - virtual, ,Forcedensity - virtual, Lorentz Force
- Outputs Table
- Total Force - virtual, Total Moment - virtual, Total Lorentz Force
- RotorBand Torque - stresstensor, RotorBand Force - stresstensor
- Electrode Voltage, Current, Power
- Circuit Voltage, Current, Power
- Outputs 4D Fields
- Force - virtual, NodeID Table
- Forcedensity - virtual, XYZ Table
|Linear Shaft Motor||Lavet Stepping Motor||Servo Motor|
Theory and Basics
The basis equations:
(1) rot h = j
(2) div b = 0
(3) b = µ h
(4) n x h | Γh = 0
(5) n * b | Γe = 0
(6) b = rot a
Magnetostatic weak a-formulation:
(7) ( µ-1 rot a, rot a’ )Ω
+ (-µ-1 bs, rot a’ ) Ω
+ (- j, a’ ) ΩC
= 0, for all a’ element of Ω
Basic Example: Team Problem 20: Static Force Analysis
This example is a test case for electromagnetic analysis software tools. There are measured results available that we will use for comparison of our results.
Fluxdensity and Force
The magnetic Fluxdensity result is displayed as contourplot.
or following as vectorplot
The force is calculated on each node.
The measured reference result for 3000 A is 8.1 N. In Magnetics for Simcenter, using a standards mesh, the result is 8.2 N.